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I have an iMac with Mountain Lion OS, Toast Titanium 11.1, and Memorex DVD+R blanks. I can burn a disc, but it will not play on the computer or on a DVD player hooked to the TV. I have made

numerous DVDs before, but I think the problem showed up when I upgraded the Titanium software.

i would appreciate any suggestions you have as to how I might solve this problem. Thanks in advance.

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SAME PROBLEM HERE!!!

 

I am using Easy VHS to DVD on a Windows Vista platform and everything seems fine until I put the "completed" DVD in a standard DVD to play it. All I see is "Disk Error." I have tried my numerous results on many DVD players with no good results. It worked the first couple times but not since. Corrupted files from the Roxio product? I am tired of wasting DVDs. Hey Roxio! Help us out here if you want us to support YOU with future sales and positive recommendations.

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Referring to my earlier post, I still can't play a DVD even though I burn it with Toast in the same computer. I have reloaded Toast, and I have also loaded the BluRay plug-in. I've order a different brand of disc and will see if by chance that makes a difference. Still interested in any thoughts that any of you have. Thanks in advance! I have an iMac, Mountain Lion OS, and Toast 11.1

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Referring to my earlier post, I still can't play a DVD even though I burn it with Toast in the same computer. I have reloaded Toast, and I have also loaded the BluRay plug-in. I've order a different brand of disc and will see if by chance that makes a difference. Still interested in any thoughts that any of you have. Thanks in advance! I have an iMac, Mountain Lion OS, and Toast 11.1

I haven't encountered this problem. Memorex media is not good quality so different media may take care of the problem. Be sure you have Toast 11.1 (1072) and not 11.1 (1067). The latter is an update accessed via Toast's built-in software update. If this continues to be an issue a couple possible workarounds are either to first save as a disc image and then burn that to DVD using the Image File setting in the Toast Copy window and at a slower than best speed, or to use an earlier version of Toast 11 such as 11.0.4. You can have multiple versions of Toast on your computer.

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Thank you tsantee, for your suggestions. I'm trying them out. I can't find a way to upgrade from 11.1 (1067) which I have, to

11.1 (1072). Would you know how I can do this?

Select "Check for Updates" from the Toast Help menu.

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